A Date Which Will Live In Infamy…But Not On Google

December 7, 1941, the day of the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, nearly 4000 American servicemen were killed or injured. In an address to congress on December 8th, President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed that it would be “a date which will live in infamy.”

But that is not the case at the search giant Google. On December 7, 2011, they featured the life and time of Mexican artist and card carrying Communist Diego Rivera on their home page.

Google has a bit of a history of snubbing America and Americans (9/11/2009 comes to mind). But then, the CEO’s at Google are chummy with Barack Hussein Obama…who also has a bit of a history of snubbing America and Americans.

And how should we respond to the Google snub? The search engine Bing featured the U.S.S. Arizona memorial on their homepage. I’m just saying…


Surviving Obama

Obama stated that he needs at least two more years to “finish the job.” And what job might that be, Mr. Obama? Perhaps Andy Stern of SEIU fame gives us some insight. Please visit American Thinker and read Jeffrey Folk’s “A Stern Vision of America.”